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Calumet Park, Illinois

Calumet Park is a small village in Cook County, Illinois.  The estimated population was over 8,516 residents at the 2000 census.  In May 12010, the Mayor of Calumet Park approved renaming 127th Street as Obama Drive, in honor of the 44th President of the United States.  A very special honor for this village as this is the first Barak Obama Drive in the country.  The village has a total area of 1.1 square miles.  The median income for a household in the village was $45,357, and the median income for a family was $49,958.  Calumet Park shares two congressional districts.  


The Calumet Park Police department is located in Riverdale, IL.  The Calumet Park Police Department is the police agency that investigates Calumet Park car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident.  The Calumet Park Police Department is located at 2409 S Throop St, Riverdale, IL 60827.

The Calumet Park Police Department is the police agency that investigates Calumet Park car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident.  If you are involved in an accident in Calumet Park involving personal injury, call 911.  To order an Illinois Traffic Crash Report, send a letter along with a $5 fee to the records division, Calumet Park Police Department, 2409 S Throop St, Riverdale, IL 60827.  Make sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope so the report will be mailed back to you.  For non-emergency information, call (708) 385-6862.

The Illinois Traffic Crash Report is an important document when pursuing a person injury case.  It contains the name of the people involved in the accident, their addresses and the names and addresses of witnesses to the accident.  It documents whether or not a ticket was issued by the Calumet Park Police to any of the drivers involved in the car accident.  Finally, it contains the name and policy number for all of the people involved in a Calumet Park personal injury accident.


The intersection of 127th Street at Paulina Street, Calumet Park was ranked by the Chicago Sun-Times as one of the most dangerous intersections in the Chicagoland area for Calumet Park car accidents and Calumet Park semi-truck accidents.  Motorists should use extreme caution when entering and crossing this intersection.  Accidents that occur at intersections can cause serious personal injuries and death.


In November 2014, two people were wounded in a shooting along I-57 in Calumet Park.  The car later crashed, and both the driver and the passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.  It is believed that both alcohol; and drugs were involved in this fatal Calumet Park car accident.  Another fatal Calumet Park car accident involved the death of an off-duty police officer.  A Calumet Park woman was accused of driving a van without a license or insurance that crashed into an off-duty Chicago police officer's car killing him instantly, as he finished his shift.


The Calumet Park car accident lawyers at Nemeroff Law Offices handle all types of personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits throughout Illinois. Our Calumet Park accident attorneys have successfully brought justice to clients in cases involving matters such as nursing home abuse and neglect, construction accidents, wrongful death suits, medical malpractice claims. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

At Nemeroff Law Offices we focus on working to get our clients full and fair compensation for wrongs or accidents that were suffered at the hands of others. If you are a Calumet Park resident and have suffered a personal injury and would like to discuss the options available to you, please call Nemeroff Law Offices today. The consultation call is free, and our skilled personal injury and nursing home abuse attorneys are always available to discuss your potential case with you.  An initial call will not create any kind of obligation with the firm, so please call us at 312-629-8800               or fill out our Contact Us form today.